Dropbox updated its terms of service to reflect stated policies on user privacy and intellectual property control.
Beyond IT Failure
Michael Krigsman is a recognized authority on the causes and prevention of IT failures.
Michael Krigsman is an internationally recognized analyst, strategy advisor, and authority on enterprise software leadership, CIO innovation, and social business. Interact with Michael on Twitter at @mkrigsman.
Enterprise buyers should use Dropbox for everyday file transfers where you value convenience over an absolute guarantee of privacy.
An insightful chart that explains some things we've always suspected.
It's now time for social business to embrace integration with legacy enterprise systems.
As the cloud grows in popularity concerns about security, privacy, and reliability become more important. The enterprise cloud is inevitable, but the time has come to develop greater sophistication about these issues.
Last week, I attended Hewlett-Packard's user conference, an enormous event with 10,000 on-site attendees and 800 conference sessions.
At the recent Sapphire conference, I examined SAP's efforts to improve implementation consistency and success.
Among the various activities in which I participated at NetSuite's SuiteWorld conference, was a panel discussion for NetSuite customers. Here's a video recording.
A look at NetSuite strategy from the SuiteWorld conference.